so ittle time. >>> back now with jack hanna, the director emeritus of the columbus universe zoo. as you can see, he has brought some more company. a snow leopard. frisky one. >> for me -- you asked about the elephant. this will get about four times this size. they live in the himalayas. they live at altitude. >> when there's so few of them, how do they find another to mate with? >> that's just it. good point. they're solitary cats. when she cycles, there's not enough of them to even find the other cat. >> can they mix-mate with other breeds? >> no, not up there. that's been done before, lion and tiger, but not any other cats that i know of. this tail, you can touch the tail if you want to. the tail gets much bigger, like this thick. up there it's 40, 50 below zero, whatever. wow, that was cool, wasn't it? >> that's very cool. yeah. >> i'm sorry you don't have a hand there.